London designer Asif Khan has produced an installation of chairs and tables made of freeze-dried flowers as part of the Designers in Residence program at the Design Museum London. Called Harvest, the project aims to produce furniture from plants commonly found in London. The furniture takes advantage of the Gypsophila plant's natural ability to interlock.
Cabbage Chair is a new product by Japanese designers Nendo made of waste paper from the pleated fabric industry. The paper is wrapped into a cylinder and cut vertically halfway down one side so that the layers can be peeled back one at a time. Nendo designed the chair for the XXIst Century Man exhibition
[Explored] What should I title this? :) Still trying lighter backgrounds for my mother living room... - - - Que título devo dar pra isso? :) Continuo tentando fundos claros para a sala de estar da minha mãe...
TRIANGULATION is a digital art based research which encourages the dissemination of creative concepts and aesthetics from fields such as Computer Graphics, Internet & Video Art with a high emphasis on abstract and geometric aesthetics as well as on experimental processes and techniques.
Designer Stuart Haygarth presents some new pieces, including this chandelier for MAC cosmetics. Haygarth produced two identical pieces for MAC stores in New York and Los Angeles. He says: "The work had to promote the new vibrant colour range of cosmetics called the ‘Culture Bloom’ collection. They wanted to illustrate an explosion or blooming of
This product design collection is by Therese Granlund, a freelance designer based in Stockholm, Sweden. My work is focused on peoples relation to there everyday and it’s surrounding, the common is what defines us, and perhaps that’s why I find it so challenging to react on it.